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1751 in Sweden

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1751 in Sweden

Events from the year 1751 in Sweden

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Events

  • January - Crown Prince Gustav is engaged to Sophia Magdalena of Denmark.
  • 25 March - Frederick I of Sweden are succeeded by Adolf Frederick, King of Sweden.
  • 8 June - A great fire in Stockholm.
  • 21 September – The final border between Sweden and the Danish province of Norway is recognized.
  • 25 November – Coronation of Adolf Frederick, King of Sweden, and Queen Louisa Ulrika.
  • The Lapp Codicil of 1751 defines the border between Sweden and Norway and secures the right of the Sami to continue their nomadic lifestyle between the borders.
  • Axel Fredrik Cronstedt discovers nickel.
  • Hönsgummans visa by Olaus Petri Carelius
  • Births

  • 18 February – Adolf Ulrik Wertmüller, painter (died 1811)
  • 24 December - Lars von Engeström, diplomat (died 1826)
  • 1 December – Johan Henric Kellgren, poet (died 1795)
  • - Anna Rogel, charismatic preacher (died 1784)
  • Charlotta Richardy, industrialist (died 1831)
  • Deaths

  • 25 March - Frederick I of Sweden, monarch (born 1676)
  • 3 August - Christopher Polhem, scientist, inventor and industrialist (born 1661)
  • 8 March - Hedvig Elisabet Strömfelt, courtier (born 1687)
  • References

    1751 in Sweden Wikipedia


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